Millard in a sentence

How to use Millard in a Sentence?

  • Major Millard took leave, and was followed by Mrs. Somers and Ann, neither of whom returned.
  • The patriarch mentioned in the text was the famous Cardinal Charles Thomas Millard de Tournon.
  • Bailey Millard is editor of "The Cosmopolitan Magazine," which Mr. Hearst has bought.
  • Millard Fillmore, who had been elected Vice-President, at once took the oath of office as chief executive.
  • I need hardly say, that, on arriving at Newport, one foggy August morning, I drove at once to the Millard.
  • When he roused at the expression which he saw Desmond fix upon me the night that Major Millard was there, I expected a rehearsal from him of watchfulness and suspicion; but no symptom appeared.
  • In the midst of the excitement over this compromise President Taylor died, and Millard Fillmore, the Vice-President, became President.
  • Most of the measures were rejected and the whole plan seemed likely to fail, when the situation was changed by the death of President Taylor and the accession of Millard Fillmore on the 9th of July 1850.
  • The Millard attracted me for three reasons: First, it was new; second, it was fashionable; third, the name would be sure to be in favor with the class I had resolved to seek my spouse among.
  • Mrs. Millard--more familiarly referred to as Mrs. Prexy--annually invited the seniors to dinner in parties of ten.
  • His full name was Luther Millard Filmore Rogers, and he was Dorinda's husband by law, and the burden which Providence, or hard luck, had ordered her to carry through this vale of tears.
  • By HAROLD B. DIXON, M.A., Millard Lecturer in Chemistry, Balliol and Trinity Colleges, Oxford.
  • Buchanan elected President, 1856.--The Whigs and the Know-Nothings nominated Millard Fillmore for President and said nothing about slavery.

Short Example Sentence for Millard

  • At the Millard I was sure to find her.
  • SEE Everett, Millard Spencer.
  • SEE Millard, Samuel Thomas.
  • Millard Av.
  • Fillmore, Millard, 119, 127. Fiske, John, 21, 22.
  • Arlene Millard Shortt (C); 25Nov68; R449618.
  • C. T. Millard, 36 Lewis St., Hartford.
  • Millard S. Everett (A); 21Mar60; R254010.
  • In vain did Mellasys Plickaman glower along the corridors of the Millard.
  • My department in the Cosmopolitan is a failure, as I told Millard it would be.
  • Fillmore, Millard, portrait; chosen Vice-President; becomes President.
  • The report was signed by Senators Hanna, Pritchard, Millard, and Kittredge.
  • The Whigs had nominated Millard Fillmore of New York for Vice-President.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Preston S. Millard, Jr. Alexandria, Va.
  • Millard dined with me and I told him the adventures of "A Wine of Wizardry.
  • A. E. Millard, 10, Mrs. M. E. Millard, 5 15.00 Marysville.
  • MILLARD FILLMORE {L}i{c}enser (1850).
  • SHORTT, ARLENE MILLARD.
  • MILLARD FILLMORE.
  • FILLMORE, MILLARD.
  • EVERETT, MILLARD SPENCER.
  • D. W. Millard, St. Paul, Minn. H. S. Josseyline, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
  • SEE Bergman, Ray. EVERETT, MILLARD S.
  • Millard S. Everett (A); 21Mar60; R254011. EVERYMAN.
  • MillARd Fillmore.= }
  • Mrs. Millard has just gone out."
  • Margaret Millar (A); 15Jul68; R429182. MILLARD, SAMUEL THOMAS.